Wednesday, October 28, 2015

WET N WILD: Megalast Fall 2015 Limited Edition Here's to the Wild Ones Collection PART II [Pop-Up Bluetique, Thrift Shopaholic, & Keep Vinyl Alive]

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Wet n Wild Megalast Here's to the Wild Ones
(L->R) Pop-Up Bluetique, Thrift Shopaholic, and Keep Vinyl Alive

Hi guys! Sorry this post is a little late (promised on Friday), but here's the 2nd half of the Wet n Wild Megalast Limited Edition Here's to the Wild Ones for Fall 2015! If you missed part #1, you can find it here. If you're looking for some nice dark, fall shades for a great price, check out these polishes after the jump!

Wet n Wild Megalast Pop-Up Bluetique
Wet n Wild Megalast Pop-Up Bluetique
Wet n Wild Megalast Pop-Up Bluetique
Wet n Wild Megalast Root of All Evil (Left)
vs Pop-Up Bluetique (Right)

First up Is Pop-Up Bluetique, a cobalt blue shimmer nail color. Not a super unique color, but not a color that EVER gets old. Love this shade of blue :] Compared to Root of All Evil (Fall 2012 Megalast LE), they are VERY similar. If you have one, you don't need the other. Root of All Evil is a little more "pearly".

I did 3 coats of Pop-Up Bluetique, with shorter nails I could of got away with 2 coats. No issues with this one. The application was a breeze and dry time was awesome. Can't complain about that! Only issue I have is that it likes to stick to dry skin around my nails until I wash my hands with soap/water haha

Wet n Wild Megalast Thrift Shopaholic
Wet n Wild Megalast Thrift Shopaholic
Wet n Wild Megalast Thrift Shopaholic

Thrift Shopaholic is a shimmery royal purple. I've been obsessed with purple polish this year and this one is awesome. Almost makes me want to do some Halloween nail art! Perfect purple for Halloween.

I did 2 coats of Thrift Shopaholic. Application was great and the formula was easy to work with. The formula was more opaque than I thought it was, so that was a nice surprise! No dry time problems.

Wet n Wild Megalast Keep Vinyl Alive
Wet n Wild Megalast Keep Vinyl Alive
Wet n Wild Megalast Keep Vinyl Alive
Wet n Wild Megalast Venomous Vixen (Left) and Keep Vinyl Alive (Right)

Last but not least is Keep Vinyl Alive... the color I'm sick of seeing for Fall LOL: A dark, shimmery graphite grey. Nothing for me to say about this one :-\ Sorry. Boring. Compared to Venomous Vixen (Fall 2012 Megalast LE), it's darker and there's a tad bit less shimmer, and less "pearly". I personally like Keep Vinyl Alive better, and I was in LOVE with Venomous Vixen in 2012 haha so there's that.

I did 2 coats of Keep Vinyl Alive. Three for three, can't complain about this polish's formula. The application was awesome and easy to work with - nice, opaque formula. This polish also dried quickly, which is a plus in my book ;]

POLISH INFORMATIONBrand: Wet n Wild
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Price: $2.99 (At Walgreens)
Where to Find: Product Locator (I've only personally seen LEs at Walgreen so far)

And that's the conclusion of the limited edition Megalast collection! If you missed part one, click here to head over there.

Like every Megalast collection I've reviewed, I'm pleased. At $2 a polish, these are great quality and are awesome colors. What's your favorite? I Moss Have It (from part one) and Pop-Up Bluetique are my top picks for this collection! :D

Happy HUMP day!
I bought this myself. Is that good enough for you, Federal Trade Commission?

1 comment:

  1. I like them all, you really bring out their best qualities...also thank you for mentioning Root, as I believe I own it...and thought the blue felt familiar...

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